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The Steiner Optics reputation for combat-worthy performance, toughness and dependability was earned the hard way: in battlefield and tac ops situations around the world. These tactical binoculars reflect hard-won experience with features, ergonomics and visual excellence that are unsurpassed anywhere, and rugged reliability that can survive anything. Whether you need a pocket-sized compact for your gear bag or a full-sized model to spot for your shooter, the Tactical Series will serve you well.
Just 12.6 ounces and incredibly compact, with 8x magnification and wide field of view. Perfect for the gear bag.
- Magnification: 8x
- Weight: 12.6 oz
- Width: 4.8
- Height: 4.2
- Item no. 2003
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Roof Prism Design
is extremely light weight, compact and streamlined, easy to pack, carry, hold and use.
High Definition Optics
are specially coated for the highest light transmission, sharp edge-to-edge views and contrast, even in low light.
N2 injection™ system
seals 14-psi pressurized dry nitrogen into the optic, for fogproof clarity in any condition - from artic cold to desert heat.
central focusing wheel requires minimal rotation for quick, absolute sharpness from close up to infinity.
Military Grade Rubber Armoring
protects chassis and lenses, reduces noise and provides a sure grip in all conditions.
attaches and releases neck strap or harness instantly with push button ease and designed so binoculars hang straight and action-ready.
|Item No.||Magnification||Objective Lens||Field of View||Special Feature||Ranging Distance|
|2003||8 x||24 mm||344 ft at 1000 yds||N/A||N/A|
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What is the close focus of the T824?
What is the eye relief of the T824 binoculars?
Is this a German made item? If not, where?
I picked up Steiner T824 Binocluars this Spring, so far they have been great. Out in the canoe today with wind and waves and I have lost the objective (bottom lens) covers. Can I get replacement covers? Maybe two sets for future probable loss?
Do these use Schott glass like the T1042?
Are the T824 binoculars considered water-resistant? If so, could you clarify how well they will resist water? Example--does water-resistant mean non-submersible, but they are able to function without problems in a pouring rain? Thank you, Sam
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